We love each and every one of our puppies so much that we personally hand deliver them to you no matter the distance.
We do have a delivery fee based on the amount of time it takes us to fly or drive your new fur baby to you. You are responsible for the flight costs and airline pet fee but we work to find the best flight possible. We work with several airlines to get the best prices possible. Please call us for estimates flight cost and delivery fees. (859)351-7279

The price for your Happy Time Doodle is $3000.00 + sales tax.  This pricing includes:

  1. Early spay/neuter
  2. First set of shots and worming (with health record)
  3. Micro-chip (with lifetime registration included)
  4. ALAA registration papers
  5. Two year Genetic Health Guarantee
  6. Three generation pedigree
  7. One bag of puppy starter food
  8. Information on training your doodle, grooming and socializing

When your application is approved, we will contact you and ask that you make a deposit of $500. This will hold your place on a waiting list.  If we are unable to accommodate you, due to litter sources out of our control, you will have the option of having your deposit refunded, or transferring your deposit to the next litter of your choice. While deposits are non-refundable if you change your mind, they can be deferred to another litter if the timing doesn’t work for you.

When the pups are born, we will post pictures on our websites Blog and/or Puppy page. Pictures will be posted regularly over the next several weeks on the site and our Facebook and Instagram pages and/or Snapchat. Between 6-7 weeks of age, your final payment is due. Around 6 (six) weeks of age, our upcoming host families are invited to meet the pups. We are unable to allow drop in visits but are excited to allow you to schedule on Parent Visitation Days. In order of deposit received, we go down the list looking at each family’s choices and take into consideration any allergy concerns, the family dynamics, previous dog experience, and the puppy’s temperament. Our goal is to make the best match for the happiness of both the family and the puppy. When your selection is made, the final payment is due. Puppies will go to their new homes between 8 and 9 weeks of age.

Buyer pays the PayPal transaction if the PayPal option is chosen.

The first thing to do is fill out our Happy Time Doodles Application form. This lets us know what your interests are and how we can help match you with your new puppy. Also, we always recommend being open on gender. We cannot predict the number of boys vs girls.

If you have questions, you can email us on from the Contact Us page or feel free to call us at 859-351-7279. We understand providing a forever home for a new puppy can be scary. Nothing is better than talking directly and getting to know each other. The form also has a place where you can indicate to us whether you might be interested in our Local Family Program.

If you are sure about getting a Happy Times Doodle puppy, and your application is approved, families can make a deposit on the Pricing/Payment page [link here]. The deposit is $500.00. Deposits can be made automatically by using the PayPal button (transaction fees are included in your automatic payment). You may also send a deposit to us by check, mailed to us at:

Happy Time Doodles

525 Darby Creek

Suite 34

Lexington, KY 40509

The deposit reserves a puppy for you and your place is held in the litter you select. Single deposits are for one litter only. They cannot be used to hold a puppy in multiple litters. Reservation lists often fill up quickly, and we cannot reserve a puppy for you without a deposit. Deposits are non-refundable, however, they are transferrable to a future litter.

If you are reserving a puppy before the breeding occurs, we will contact you once the pregnancy has been confirmed. We will also let everyone know when the puppies are born, the number of puppies, and how many boys and girls. Pictures will be posted regularly on our Facebook & Instagram page and the website. Also make sure to follow us on Snapchat!!

Puppy selection takes place when pups are between 6 and 7 weeks old. Before that, we will work with each family to make sure that the best match is made for you and the puppy. Flexibility about gender is encouraged, as we never know how many boys or girls will be in each litter. A visit schedule will be made to make and confirm puppy selections. We hope you will visit Happy Time Doodles in person to select your puppy. It is special day for all and great fun! Final and Full payment for your puppy is due by the 6th week after the birth of the puppy.

The Day You’ve Been Waiting For! The puppies go home with you and become part of your family. Between 8 and 9 weeks of age, families may come and pick-up their puppy. I’m not going to lie, this day is a little sad for us but it also brings us great happiness to see the joy in your faces, because we know they will be loved and cared for so well by our Happy Time Doodle families. We will be here to help and offer support whenever it is needed.

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  1. The price for your Happy Time Doodle is $3000.00 + Sales tax.
  2. The deposit is $500.00
  3. The final payment is $2500.00 + 6% sales tax.

*Buyer pays the PayPal transaction if the PayPal option is chosen.

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This Breeder-Owner Agreement (“Agreement”) is entered into by and between Happy Time Doodles, LLC (the “Breeder”) and ______(the “Owner”) on 1/4/20                .

The Owner has expressed to the Breeder his/her/their desire to purchase, acquire, own, raise a Happy Time Doodles puppy and the Breeder has expressed an interest in selling one of its puppies to the Owner. 

The Owner recognizes, understands and accepts that owning and caring for a puppy will require a major and ongoing commitment of time, resources, love and affection. 

The Owner understands that while the life expectancy of a Happy Time Doodles puppy is  approximately 12 to 15 years, such life span is affected by many factors too numerous to list but which include but are not limited to living conditions, diet, exercise, regular and, where necessary, emergency veterinary care, exposure to other animals, and loving care and attention. 

The Owner has demonstrated to the Breeder that he/she/they are committed to providing the necessary care, attention, and conditions to raise and maintain a healthy puppy. 

The parties to this Agreement further agree: 


A puppy, Microchip # XXXXXXXXXX                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

D.O.B. XXXXX, Out of Sire: XXXXXX - XXXXXX  and Dam: XXXXXXXXXXX has been sold to Owner as a companion pet puppy (not for breeding purposes) for the total sum of $2,800.00.



The Owner agrees to: 

a. Take such steps as are necessary and reasonable to learn and understand the responsibilities of owning a puppy and the behaviors and training normally associated with raising a puppy including those related, but not necessarily limited, to chewing, teething, biting, barking, whining, housebreaking, and puppy obedience training. 

b. Have the puppy examined by a licensed veterinarian within 72 hours of taking possession of the puppy.  

c. Refrain from taking the puppy to public places where other animals may congregate or be located (e.g., parks, pet stores, kennels, groomers, shopping centers, etc.) until the puppy has received its full round of puppy vaccinations or until such action is recommended by a competent veterinarian. 

d. Undertake such steps and expend such time and resources as are necessary and reasonable to train the puppy and to educate the Owner in the care, handling, and obedience training of the puppy.

e. The Owner shall return the puppy to the Breeder within 48-hours immediately following the veterinary examination provided in Paragraph 2.b. above if the veterinarian has determined by reason of the aforesaid examination that the puppy has a chronic or serious health problem. The Breeder shall, at its election, either refund all sums paid by the Owner to the Breeder for the puppy or deliver a replacement puppy from the next available litter. The Owner’s failure to return the puppy within 48 hours following the veterinary examination provided for in Paragraph 2.b. shall fully and completely nullify and void any and all health, genetic, and congenital guarantees provided for elsewhere in this Agreement. 

f. Notify Breeder of any change in address and contact information during the puppy’s lifetime.  

g. Offer the Breeder a right-of-first refusal in the event the Owner determines at any time after taking possession of the puppy that the Owner is unable to or no longer chooses to care for his/her/their puppy. Breeder will either help Owner re-home the puppy or will take the puppy back for re-homing by Breeder. 

  • Owner agrees to never relinquish puppy to a shelter or sell or give puppy away. If puppy is found to have been relinquished to a shelter, sold or given away without Breeder’s knowledge and consent, Owner shall pay Breeder $10,000 in liquidated damages for harm done to reputation of Breeder and to the reputation of the breed in general.  Should legal action be necessary, Owner will be responsible for all legal expenses incurred.
  • Owner agrees to provide adequate exercise and socialization, to feed a premium food and NuVet supplements on a daily basis for the extent of the health warranty.


At the time Owner takes possession of puppy, the Breeder shall represent and warrant that: 

a. The puppy has been spayed (in the case of a female puppy) or neutered (in the case of a male puppy). 

b. The puppy has received all necessary vaccinations, de-worming, and veterinary care customarily required for a puppy of his/her age. 

c. A record of vaccinations and de-worming shall be provided to the Owner at the time the Owner takes possession of puppy. 

d. A micro-chip (which is intended to assist in recovery in the event the puppy is lost or stolen) has been inserted in the puppy. 

e. If the puppy is registered with a breeder’s association (e.g., Australian Labradoodle Association of America), Breeder will provide all related paperwork. 

f. The Breeder shall remain available to the Owner via e-mail and/or telephone regarding the care, training, and upbringing of the puppy. However, nothing in this Agreement shall obligate the Breeder to directly undertake or perform any of the care, training and/or up-bring except in the event the Breeder takes custody or possession of the puppy. Should the Owner utilize the services or advice of the Breeder following taking possession of the puppy, the Owner recognizes that in seeking such service or advice from the Breeder that the Breeder is not a licensed veterinarian. 

g. Breeder agrees to make three attempts to notify Owner of any changes in Breeder’s address and contact information in the following manner: one attempt by mail at Owner’s last known address, one attempt by phone at Owner’s last known phone number and one attempt by email at Owner’s last known email address. 

h. Breeder will do the utmost to choose the puppy closest to Owner preferences but Breeder does not guarantee the final height, weight, appearance, coat type, shedding and/or color of puppy.


The following Health Guarantees constitute the sole and limited guarantees provided by the Breeder to the Owner. 

a. General Health Warranty: 

1. The Breeder guarantees (“General Health Guarantee”) that the puppy is generally and rsonbly healthy at the time the Owner took possession of the puppy.


  • The General Health Guarantee shall remain in full force and effect for a period of 72 hours which shall commence at the time the Owner took possession of the puppy. The General Health Guarantee shall automatically expire at the conclusion of the 72-hour period and, thereafter, the Breeder shall have no further obligation to the Owner for the general health of the puppy. 
  • If within the 72-hour period a licensed veterinarian determines in writing that the puppy has a chronic or serious health problem or condition, the Breeder at the Breeder’s sole election shall either refund all sums paid by the Owner to the Breeder for the puppy or deliver to the Owner another puppy from the next available litter. However, if the Owner elects to retain custody of the puppy he/she/they shall be deemed to have waived any and all rights which he/she/they have under this General Health Guarantee.

4. The General Health Guarantee shall become null, void and unenforceable if        the veterinarian’s diagnosis determines or discloses that the puppy’s chronic or serious health condition was created, caused, or induced by the Owner’s abuse of the puppy, failure to either comply with Paragraph 2.a., b., or c. above, or failure to take the puppy for care and treatment by a licensed veterinarian at the first sign of unusual behavior or illness. 

b. Genetic Health Guarantee: 

1. The Breeder guarantees (“Genetic Health Guarantee”) that the puppy is free from any genetic disorders or conditions which will greatly impact the puppy’s overall lifespan or activity. 

2. The Genetic Health Guarantee shall remain in full force and effect for a period of 24 months which shall commence at the time the Owner takes possession of puppy. The Genetic Health Guarantee shall automatically expire at the conclusion of the 24-month period and, thereafter, the Breeder shall have no further obligation to the Owner for the genetic health of the puppy. In order for the Genetic Health Guarantee to remain in full force and effect for the 24 month period your puppy will neeed to be NuVet Vitamins K-9 Plus. See Attachement A.

3. If prior to the expiration of the 24-month period, puppy is diagnosed with life inhibiting genetic defects confirmed by two unassociated veterinarians, one (1) to be of OWNERS choosing and one (1) to be of BREEDERS choosing, and it is thereby determined that PUPPY is unsuitable as a pet, the OWNER and BREEDER agree upon provision of veterinary reports and, where applicable, *OFA, *BVA, *Elbow Dysplasia, or *PRA results, BREEDER will provide OWNER with one of the following options.

           NOTE: ALL veterinarian costs and testing procedural expenses are OWNER’S responsibility.

a) Should Owner choose to keep puppy, Breeder will refund 50% ($1250) of the Companion Pet price that was originally paid for the puppy with the submission of the supporting veterinary reports required above. 50% refund does not apply to any testing, veterinary bills, shipping or travel costs, which the Owner might incur. Owner understands that in choosing this option that any and all further guarantees of puppy’s Genetic Health Guarantee are null and void.

b) Should Owner choose to relinquish ownership of puppy to Breeder, Breeder will provide a replacement puppy to the Owner as soon as such a puppy is available to the Breeder.  Owner must pay for any shipping or miscellaneous charges associated with transport of puppies. Breeder will try to re-home the puppy with a family that is prepared to deal with said puppy’s inhibiting defects. If it is determined that puppy cannot function in society as a companion pet due to genetically derived medical disorders then puppy will be euthanized at the Breeder’s expense.

c) Additional Terms of Health Guarantees: 

1. Other than those provided above, no other health or medical guarantees, express or implied, are provided by the Breeder to the Owner. 

2. The General Health Guarantee and Genetic Health Guarantee are provided to the Owner designated above only and no other person. The above-stated General Health Guarantee and Genetic Health Guarantee are not transferable. 

3. Neither the General Health Guarantee nor the Genetic Health Guarantee shall cover any illness or condition which arises from or is determined by a veterinarian of the Breeder’s choosing to result from trauma, abuse, neglect, or failure to maintain the general health of the puppy which shall include regular veterinarian examinations, any and all treatment and vaccinations recommended by a licensed veterinarian and/or required by law, emergency veterinary care should the puppy require such care, administration of heart-worm, flea, and tick medications or treatments, and/or proper diet and exercise.

4. In the event the Owner seeks to exercise his/her/their rights under the 

General Health Guarantee and/or the Genetic Health Guarantee, and the two unassociated veterinarians disagree with each other’s findings then both veterinarians shall jointly select  a third veterinarian to undertake an examination of the puppy and the determination of that latter veterinarian as to the health and/or genetic condition of the puppy shall control any rights under this Agreement. 

5. While it is recognized that Labradoodles have a pleasant general temperament and disposition, the Breeder cannot and does not guarantee the general temperament or disposition of the puppy inasmuch as general temperament or disposition, in the absence of a serious veterinary condition or illness, often depends on the environment in which the puppy is raised as well as the love and affection which is displayed toward the puppy. 

6. Death due to injury, accident, owner neglect or any other cause will not be eligible for a refund.  Breeder is not responsible for injuries sustained, illnesses contracted or death during transportation.


a. The laws of the State of Kentucky shall govern any and all actions to enforce, interpret, or seek relief for breach of this Agreement. Any such action to enforce, interpret, or seek relief for breach of this Agreement shall be initiated only in the Circuit Court of Madison County, Kentucky. By entering into and executing this Agreement, the parties hereto agree to voluntarily submit to the jurisdiction of the Circuit Court of Madison County, Kentucky regardless of where either party is actually located or resides. 

b. Prior to the initiation of any action in the Circuit Court of Madison County, Kentucky where such action seeks relief in connection with the puppy’s health, the parties shall seek to resolve any dispute which may arise under or in connection with this Agreement by submitting their dispute to mediation by a veterinarian upon whom the parties agree. If the parties fail to agree upon a veterinarian to mediate their dispute, a veterinarian of the Owner’s choosing and a veterinarian of the Breeder’s choosing shall select a separate veterinarian to mediate the dispute. The parties shall cooperate in good faith in any mediation conducted pursuant to this Agreement. 

c. The Owner represents that he/she/they have read this Agreement and fully understand the terms contained herein.

Owner: Date:

_________________________________________ ____________________

Breeder: Date:

__________________________________________ _____________________

A duly authorized agent acting for and on 

behalf of Happy Time Doodles, LLC.


Nu-Vet Vitamins

 Dear Puppy Buyer, 

As a dog breeder, animal health is my top priority. That’s why NuVet Plus immune system builder is required as part of your pet’s Genetic Health Guarantee. 

Hundreds of thousands of dogs and cats are using NuVet to support their immune system and provide optimal health. A strong immune system will protect them from environmental and food toxins such as back yard pesticides, hormones, germs from public places, and even toxic formaldehyde in furniture and carpeting. 

This is not just a vitamin. It’s an immune system builder with a precise balance of vitamins, minerals, omega fatty acids, amino acids and high-potency antioxidants. That’s why it works so well through all three stages of a dog’s life. 

For puppies - Fills the immunity gap all puppies experience. Shortly after birth maternal antibody effectiveness is greatly reduced. By 8 weeks your puppy’s immune system is at a vulnerable point. Once in their new home, the immune system is weakened by the stress of adoption and exposure to novel bacteria and viruses in their environment. This is also when the vaccine series is started. Vaccines are only effective if the immune system can respond properly. Starting NuVet Plus now is important to helping your puppy grow into a healthy adult. 

For dogs in their prime - Improves the luster of their skin and coat while providing the necessary antioxidants, amino acids, vitamins, mineral and more to sustain their body’s peak performance during the prime of their lives. 

For older dogs - Helps provide the nutritional requirements to help them live long, happy, and productive lives in their senior years. 

I highly recommend NuVet Plus to keep your pet on the path to perfect health! It’s not available in stores, and is only available to the general public with an order code from an authorized pet professional. 

For your convenience, you may order directly from the manufacturer by calling 800-474-7044 and using Order Code: 63296, or ordering online at www.nuvet.com/63296. You can also save an additional 15% and assure you never run out of NuVet by choosing the 

“AutoShip” option at check out. 

To the long life and health of your puppy! 

Sean & Jennifer Tibbetts 

Happy Time Doodles, LLC



CALL : 859-351-7279